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Piers Morgan Blasts Pro-Gun Response On Live TV

Piers Morgan Blasts Pro-Gun Response On Live TV


Airdate: 12/19/2012

An enraged Piers Morgan blew his top after a guest tells him the way to prevent tragedies like Sandy Hook, is to arm the teachers.

Piers Morgan exclaimed, "How can you argue. Please stop laughing!”

Larry Pratt, Executive Director of Gun Owners of America, drove the CNN host crazy with his pro-gun stance. Pratt said, "I honestly don't know why you would rather have people be victims of crime than be able to defend themselves. It's incomprehensible!"

Morgan replied by saying, "You're an unbelievably stupid man, aren't you?"

The sorrows of Sandy Hook seem to deepen each day. The latest cover of People magazine says it well: "Unbearable Loss, Enduring Love".

Director Quentin Tarantino is upset because a premiere for his ultra-violent new movie, Django Unchained, was canceled.  Tarantino told Jay Leno on The Tonight Show that there's more to the problem than just guns.

"In the midst of these tragedies, it's disrespectful to bring up these side issues - when actually the issue is mental health", said Tarantino.

It was a jaw-dropping sight in New Jersey, as more than a thousand firearms were turned in at a no-questions-asked buyback program.

However, there is an equally stunning trend occurring. Bullet-proof backpacks for kids. Sales of this product have reportedly tripled since a deranged young man turned this beautiful town into the saddest place in America.


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